Identify the positive outcomes for children
Identify the positive outcomes for children and young people that practitioners should be striving to achieve BY jess663 CYP core 37 2.1 Identify the positive outcomes for children and young people that practitioners should be striving to achieve The 5 positive outcomes for children and young people that practitioners should be striving to achieve under the framework of Every Child Matters are: 1 – To be healthy: enjoying good physical and mental health and living a healthy lifestyle.Physically healthy Mentally and emotionally healthy Sexually healthy
Healthy lifestyles Choose not to take illegal drugs Being healthy is not Just about eating lots of fruit and drinking 8 glasses of water each day.
It’s about young people enjoying a healthy lifestyle, feeling good about themselves and having good emotional and mental health. We hope that all children should have access to health services, good nutrition and a good lifestyle. 2 – Stay safe: being protected from harm and neglect. Safe from maltreatment, neglect, violence and sexual exploitation Safe from accidental injury and death Safe from bullying and discrimination
Safe from crime and anti-social behaviour in and out of school Have security, stability and are cared for We should always make sure that all of the children are protected and safeguarded. We follow the correct procedure with regards to child protection issues. We ensure the building is safe. We risk assess the hall and make sure the windows and doors are secure. We make sure that all staff are appropriately checked and vetted. We ensure that there is no equipment that is dangerous. During circle time we go over the rules and regulations in the setting.
We do a fire drill once a term so they know what to do. 3 – Enjoy and achieve: getting the most out of life and developing the skills for adulthood. We should be enabling learners to make good progress in their work and personal development and to enjoy their education, including: Ready for school Attend and enjoy school social development and enjoy recreation We make sure the children are enjoy coming to our setting, providing a range of activities, making sure it is fun as well as enabling them to learn.
We get feedback from them about what activities they like or o not like. We give the children a certain degree of choice for activities and snack. The parents also get newsletters about what we are doing each term and are encouraged to speak to their child about the topic, come along and speak to the child’s keyworker or member of staff, or bring items in relevant to the specific topic, opening hours, holidays etc. Make a positive contribution: being involved with the community and society and not engaging in anti-social or offending behaviour.
Engage in decision making and support the community and environment Engage in aw-abiding and positive behaviour in and out of school Develop positive relationships and choose not to bully and discriminate Develop self-confidence and successfully deal with significant life changes and challenges Develop enterprising behaviour If we try our best to ensure that the child has a happy time at our setting, it helps their confidence and self-esteem. They will want to take part and socialise. They enjoy what they are doing when they come to us and want to take part in what we offer for them.
As they grow up they will want to go to school and have a good ducation and then go on to get a good Job and have a good quality of life. 5 – Achieve economic well-being: not being prevented by economic disadvantage from achieving their full potential in life. Engage in further education, employment or training on leaving school Ready for employment Live in decent homes and sustainable communities Access to transport and material goods Live in households free from low income This links to making a positive contribution. If they are happy and want to achieve, then they will want to be successful and achieve and have a good quality of life.